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Re: slapd/slurpd sporadic replication

--On Friday, July 01, 2005 1:06 PM -0400 Brent Franks <brentfranks@gmail.com> wrote:

Have you tried running slurpd -d -1 to see what it reports?

Have you looked at the slave to see if slurpd is trying to connect, but

I looked at the slave and it is not trying to connect. It appears that the changes will *eventually* be replicated. I guess I will just put up with the eventual changes, or transition to syncrepl

Then you have something wrong. Slurpd (at least for me) always replicates changes made to the master within an average of 2 seconds.


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